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What happens when you combine the Lower-echelon (of) Actors Guild with what appears to be the masterful effects of a high school editing suite? You get this oh-so-very-bad film.
From the outset, you know it's bad and the producers don't seem to want to hide from this.
The heads bouncing around like basketballs were fab and the camera techniques were non-existent. One in particular took the cake, in which a CCTV camera captured the murders in a strip joint. Watching the replay of the murders, you'd expect the security camera's angle to be used. No way! The sequence is just a repeat of the murders (from all different camera angles), only in black-and-white.
Don't get me started on the fact our skeleton pirate's white skin can be seen in the final sequence.
Thar! This Blows!
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